Ledger hardware wallets are considered to be one of the most secure ways to store a variety of digital assets, including Aleph Zero (AZERO).
Ledger relies on an offline method of generating private keys, making it an optimal solution for a number of digital asset holders. Within this guide, we’ll walk you through connecting your Ledger device to the azero.dev wallet.
- 1.Ensure that the latest version of the Aleph Zero (AZERO) app is installed on your Ledger device.
- 2.Ensure that Ledger Live is closed—it can conflict with azero.dev.
- 3.Note that azero.dev doesn’t support Ledger devices on Mozilla Firefox. Please use Chrome or Brave instead.
- 4.Ensure you have the latest firmware of Ledger installed.
- 1.Unlock your Ledger and open the Aleph Zero (AZERO) app on your device.
- 2.Open azero.dev in Chrome or Brave.
- 3.Navigate to Settings, then select Manage hardware connections, and choose one of the following:
- 1.Attach Ledger via WebUSB if you’re running Windows.
- 2.Attach Ledger via WebHID if you’re on macOS or Linux.
- 5.Click Save.
- 1.In the top header, go to Accounts.
- 2.In the drop-down menu, click Accounts.
- 3.Select Add via Ledger.
- 4.In the subsequent menu, enter a name in the Name field, then leave Account type and Address index as they are. Click Save. A pop-up window may appear.
- 5.To confirm the connection with your Ledger, select your device and click connect. Your Ledger AZERO account will appear.
If you own multiple Aleph Zero (AZERO) accounts, follow the steps below to add them manually:
- 1.Select Add via Ledger.
- 2.In the Name field, choose a different name for your second account.
- 3.In the Account type field, choose Account type 1. Note that the address index field can stay on the default 0 value.
- 4.Click Save.
Your second Aleph Zero (AZERO) account should now show up next to your first account. If you own a third account, follow the same steps but this time choose Account type 2, and so on so forth.